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PROLOGUE 



This is our school and these the walls which for one hundred years 
have housed Saint Mary's girls who have studied, played, laughed, 
and cried just as we have. As Seniors we look back through the years 
toward the substantial shades of the other graduating classes. We 
realize that in our Seniorhood we share with them memories — memories 
of Senior privileges, of the happiness we've known in Holt, of the 
queer feeling that came with wearing a cap and gown, of "Jerusalem, 
high-tower" as the last hymn we'd ever sing as Saint Mary's girls, 
of the annuals which were records of what we had done at Saint Mary's. 
With gratitude for the years we've spent here, and with something 
of sadness in our hearts, we leave our places in the school to the next 
hundred years of girls. May they cherish such memories as now 
linger with us! 



MRS. HENRY FELIX KLOMAN 

January IT, 1875— December 25, 19-11 



DEDICATED TO 



THE MEMORY OF 





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THE REV. ALDERT SMEDES, D.D. 

1810 - 1877 

Founder of Saint Mary's School 



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MRS. ERNEST CRUIKSHANK, PRESIDENT, 



whose inspiration, wisdom, and vision have 
contributed inestimably to Saint Mary's 
high place in this her one hundredth year. 



ALUMNAE 



Saint Mary's is grateful and proud of her thousands of alumnae, four 
of whom the Stage Coach presents with pride. 



MRS. W. CALLIER SALLEY 

Augusta, Georgia 

General Editor, History of Saint 

Mary's Sclwol 

(no photographs available) 



MISS SARAH DIXON VANN 
Eranklinton, N. C. 
Alumnae Secretary 








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MRS. J. LAWRENCE SPRUNT 
Wilmington, N. C. 

Trustee of Saint Mary's 



MRS. T. W. M. LONG 

Roanoke Rapids, N. C. 

President, Saint Mary's Alumnae 

Association 



VIEWS 



Banquets, birthdays, broadcasts, and beef. 



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From beneath its archway, the cliapel looks quietly 
upon the surrounding campus. 




Serene, stolid, and substantial, East Rock mocks Inr yean. 




Haze, and a cross-section of tranquillity. 




Buys, chemicals, books, and water colors have their 
being here, and consume endless afternoons. 




For whom the Little Store tolls. . . . 









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Right Reverend Edwin A. Penick 
A.B., M.A., D.D. 



THE BISHOPS 

Rt. Rev. Edwin A. Penick, D.D., 

Chairman Raleigh, N. C. 

Rt. Rev. Thomas C. Darst, D.D., 

Wilmington, N. C. 

Rt. Rev. Robert E. Gribben, D.D., 

Asheville, N. C. 

Rt. Rev. Albert S. Thomas, D.D., 

Charleston, S. C. 

Rt. Rev. John J. Gravatt, D.D., 

Columbia, S. C. 

CLERICAL AND LAY TRUSTEES 

Diocese of North Carolina 
(Until 1942) 

Mr. Graham H. Andrews Raleigh 

Mr. Richard H. Lewis Oxford 

Mrs. Walter D. Toy Chapel Hill 

Miss Easdale Shaw Charlotte 

(Until 1945) 

Mr. Joseph B. Cheshire, Jr Raleigh 

Rev. I. Harding Hughes Concord 

Rev. I. Wayne Hughes Henderson 

Hon. John J. Parker Charlotte 



The Board of Trustees 



Diocese of East Carolina 

(Until 1943) 

Rev. E. F. Moseley Kinston 

Mr. E. O. Rehm Fayetteville 

(Until 1944) 

Mrs. J. Lawrence Sprunt Wilmington 

Rev. W. Tate Young Fayetteville 

Diocese of Western North Carolina 

(Until 1942) 

Mrs. A. B. Stoney Morganton 

Rev. B. M. Lackey Lenoir 

(Until 1943) 

Rev. William C. Cravner Biltmore 

Mrs. J. W. C. Johnson Franklin 

Diocese of South Carolina 

(Until 1944) 

Dr. S. R. Lucas Florence 

Mr. B. Allston Moore Charleston 

Rev. W. S. Poyner Florence 

Rev. William Way Charleston 

Diocese of Upper South Carolina 

(Until 1944) 

Rev. Maurice Clarke Camden 

Mr. L. A. Emerson Columbia 

Mr. W. B. Moore, Sr York 

Rev. Allen B. Clarkson Edgefield 

Executive Committee 

Rt. Rev. Edwin A. Penick, D.D., Chairman 

Mr. Graham H. Andrews 

Mr. Joseph B. Cheshire, Jr. 

Rev. I. Harding Hughes 

Rev. I. Wayne Hughes 

Mr. Richard H. Lewis 

Miss Easdale Shaw 

Mrs. W. D. Toy 



As CHAPLAIN, he preaches 
and he teaches, and plays good 
tennis too. . . . 




The Rev. Mr. Henry Felix Ki.oman 



He helps everybody with anything. . . 




Business Manager A. W. Tucker 



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THE 




Left to right: Rachel Johnson, A.B., M.A., French; Mabel Margaret Morrison, A.B., M.A., Ph.D., 
Latin, Psychology, History; Florence C. Davis, B.O., Expression; Sully Digges, A.B., M.A., 
Spanish, French: Louise Jordan, B.S., Student Adviser. 

Not photographed : Mrs. Russell Broughton, A.B., M.A., French, Mathematics. 




Left to right: Betty Chauvin Hochenedel, B.Des., Art; Charles Albert Petigru Moore, A.B., M.A., 
English; Martha Dabney Jones, A.B., M.A., English; Mrs. Theodore Partrick, Jr., A.B., Latin, 
Bible, History. 

Not photographed: Nell Battle Lewis, A.B., English, History, Bible. 



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FACULTY 




Left to right: Mrs. Hugh McCleod, Hostess; Mrs. L. B. Naylor, R.N., Matron of the Infirmary; 

Mrs. Nannie H. Marriott, Housekeeper and Dietitian; Mrs. Walter Simpson, Assistant 

Housekeeper. 
Not photographed: Dr. 15. II. Haywood, .Jr., School Physician. 




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PHOTOGENIC 




This looks serious . . . Potent, to be suit ... Of course you realize . . . Willie's girl. 

Have a bite . . . too early for us . . . mad, eli ? 

Hutting . . . on the Vann wagon . . . beige . . . we like her too. 

Where's Alice? . . . They need pressing, Cliff . . . tea time . . . "Problem child" . . . This is no laughing matter. 



Shining lights, obviously 




Allie Bell, Secretary ; Charlotte Maiian, President ; Kay IIopek, Vice President ; BxJNNY 
Stribling, Chairman of Hall Council ; Ida Disk Harris, President of Dai/ Students. 

STUDENT GOVERNMENT OFFICERS 



Charlotte Mahan, as Student Body President, has been a model of 
efficiency and tact, an able diplomat between students and faculty. She 
has been well aided by Kay Roper as Vice President, who has done a bang- 
up job of New Girl training'. Allie Bell, as Secretary of the Student Gov- 
ernment Association, has done a difficult and responsible job ably and 
efficiently. Ida Dunn Harris has worked well and faithfully to bring the 
daj 7 students, whose President she is, closer to campus life and activities. 
In her capacity as Chairman of the Hall Council, Bunny Stribling has 
demonstrated how that body can effectively control the day-to-day life 
of some three hundred girls. These girls have taken responsible and thank- 
less duties and have worked untiringly for improvement in all phases of 
school life. 



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Anne MacRae, Mary Arden Tucker, Sarah Ticker, Kay Roper, Charlotte Mahan, Presi- 
dent; Allie Bell, Carolyn Cauble, Margaret Shackelford, Sara Crowder. 



THE HONOH COUNCIL 

The most important body in the Student Government Association, the Honor 
Council, is composed of the President of the Student Government Association, the 
Vice President of the Association, two seniors, two juniors, one underclassman, one 
business student, and one day student. Specifically, its duty is to deal with infringe- 
ments of the Honor Code. The efficiency, fairness, and wisdom of its members have 
earned the respect and confidence of their fellow students, and have contributed im- 
measurably to the strength of the Student Government Association. 



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THE HALL COUNCIL 

Formed three years ago to supplement the Honor Council and to handle all 
regular routine dormitory regulations, the Hall Council has fulfilled a real need in 
Student Government by relieving the Honor Council of having to deal with minor 
infractions of school regulations. The Hall Council, which is composed of the Chair- 
man, the President of the Student Body, the Hall Presidents, and two day students, 
is another example of how Saint Mary's trains her students in practical ways to be- 
come responsible citizens. 



SteiblinGj Chairman; Royall, Secretary. Front roic; Barnard, Mahan, Thornton*, Neff, 
Crook, Soar, White, H., Jones, E. A.. Df.Vore, Back row: Marshall, Adkins, Camp. 



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Willcox, Co-chairman; Evans, J., Secretary. Front row: Miss Digges, Co-chairman ; Miss 
Morrison, Stribling, Mahan, Roper, Campbell, Dunn. Bach row: Richardson, Miss Jones, 
Lucas, L., Jones, S., Council, Bruff. 

THE LEGISLATIVE BODY 



The purpose of the Legislative Body is to enable the Student Body to take a 
greater part in school government by means of petitions submitted by three or more 
girls. These petitions are thoroughly discussed, and then passed or rejected by the 
members of the Legislative Body, who carefully consider the value of the petitions to 
the school, and their general soundness. If the petitions passed by this body are ap- 
proved by the President of the school, they immediately become a part of the laws 
that govern student body life. Thus students are taught the principles of 
democracy. 

The Legislative Body consists of four faculty representatives, the President of 
the Student Body, the President of the Day Students, the Chairman of the Hall 
Council, and elected student representatives. 



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Senior Class 
Officers 



Anne Dunn, President; Minkie Clarke, Vice President; Peggy Beale, Secretary. 

With enthusiasm and efficiency Anne, Minkie, and Peggy have directed the 
Centennial Class from September to May. 



They will go, this class of '42 into the world as Saint Mary's girls. Throughout 
this year they have opened wide the doors of their hearts to all the new and old girls; 
they have put more than energy into Saint Mary's ; they have given of their inmost 
selves. They know that they, like another generation twenty-seven years ago, face 
a bewildering, brutal world, and have tried to do something about it by adopting 
orphaned British children, by knitting and sewing, and by buying bonds. As they 
leave Saint Mary's, chastened, somewhat subdued, wiser and a little older, their heads 
are high, their optimism is strong, and their ideals remain unblurred. 



SENIORS 



ELIZABETH HYMAN ADKINS 

Richmond, Virginia 

Lib, John, husky voice, clothes, lovablcness 

Life Saving 40; Letter Club; Art Staff; President of Junior 
Class 41 ; Legislative Body 41 ; Swimming Team -H ; Drive 
Committee; Circle 42; Marshal 42; Dramatic Club 42, Busi- 
ness Manager 42 ; Altar Guild 42 ; Mil 



EMMA ELLIS BARNABD 

Fort Knox, Kentucky 

Goals, solos, the army, cheerfulness 

E.A.P. Literary Society; Letter Club; Choir; Glee Club; 
Hockey ; Basketball ; Hall Council 42, Vice Chairman ; Art 
Staff 42; Dance Marshal 42; Athletic Council 42; Orchesis, 
All Star 42; Political Science Club 42; Altar Guild 42; 
Kickball 42; Circle 42; President of Sig-ma's 42. 



MARTHA ANN BATTLE 

Rocky Mount, N. C. 

Drawl, V.M.I. , blue eyes, dreaminess, angora socks 

Y.P.S.L. Council, Vice President 41; Granddaughters' Club; 
Marshal 42 ; Dramatic Club 42 ; Political Science Club 42 ; 
Altar Guild 42; Sigma. 



MARGARET LILNER BEALE 

Franklin, Virginia 

Peggy, peanuts, freckles, craziness, "little morons" 

Dramatic Club 41 ; Secretary and Treasurer of Senior 
Class 42; Choir 42; Glee Club 42; Orchesis 42; Political 
Science Club 42 ; Mu. 





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ALICE PEOPLES BELL 

Pittsboro, N. C. 

Allie, laughter, bangs, dependability, enthusiasm 

Dramatic Club; Kickball 41; Sigma Lambda Literary So- 
ciety, President 42; Publications Staff; French Club; Grand- 
daughters' Club; Circle 42; Secretary of Student Body 42; 
Honor Council 42; Letter Club 42; Political Science Club 
12; Altar Guild t2; Hockey 42; Sigma. 

HANNAH TOWNSEND BELL 

Red Springs, X. C. 

Pat, little store, artist, moody, Mr. Moore! 

Sigma Lambda Literary Society; Publications Staff; Art 
Staff, Co-chairman 42; Granddaughters' Club: French Club 

12; Little Store Manager 42; Political Science Club 12; 

Hockey 42; Mu. 

NONA PAULINE BERNHARDT 

Lexington, N. C. 

Teeny, bright eyes, lavender, slimness, laughter 

Dramatic Club: Granddaughters' Club: Political Science 
Cluh 42; Altai- Guild 42; Sigma. 




HELEN CREWS 

BOBBITT 

Raleigh, \. C. 

Jimmy, conversation, ring, 
fraternity pin 

Honor Council 41 ; Deutscher 
Verein 41 ; Sigma. 



SENIORS 



A. Bell 
Bernhardt 



H. Hell 
Bobbitt 



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SENIORS 



RUTH WATERS BOND 

Tarboro, N. C. 

Loveliness, subtlety, pastel 
sweaters, Carolina 

E.A.P. Literary Society 41 ; 
Choir 41; French Club; 
Orchesis, President, All Star 
42; Marshal 42; Letter Club 
42 ; Y.P.S.L. Council 42 ; Glee 
Club 42; Altar Guild 42; 
Political Science Club 42; 
Kickball, All Star 42; Mu. 




ELIZABETH ANN BROXSOX 

Raleigh, X. C. 

Betty, laughter, Irish eyes, cooperation 

Dramatic Club 41; Sigma Lambda Literary Society; 
Dcutschcr Verein; Mu. 

GRACE ELAINE BUTLER 

Roseboro, N. C. 
Chemistry, potato chips, giggles, movies 
Political Science Club 42; Sigma. 



AXX CASTLEMAN 

Raleigh, X. C. 

Hebe, plays, auburn hair, knitting, grades 

Circle, Secretary 42; E.A.P. Literary Society, Secretary 
41, President 42; Publications Staff; French Club, Pianist"; 
Dramatic Club, Business Manager 41 ; Sigma. 



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SENIORS 



CAROLYN CAUBLE 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Carrie, wit, "I do myself," bubble gum, fine seams 

Circle 42; Honor Council 42; Altar Guild 42; Political 
Science Club, President 42 ; Sigma. 



MINKIE CLARKE 

Maysville, Kentucky 

Frechles, personality, Clar-rick, men, red hair, noise 

Posture Queen 41 ; E.A.P. Literary Society ; French Club, 
Program Chairman 42; Glee Club; Dramatic Club; Vice 
President Senior Class 42; Marshal 42; Orchesis 42; Altai- 
Guild 42 ; Mu. 



EVA CAROLYN COBB 

Chapel Hill, N. C. 

Cal, Dan, smiles, wholesomeness, time exposures, patience 

E.A.P. Literary Society 41 ; Life Saving 41 ; Circle ; Publica- 
tions Staff, Editor of Stage Coach 42; Granddaughters' 
Club; Altar Guild 42; Dramatic Club 42; Political Science 
Club 42 ; Sigma. 



OLIVE MARWOOD CRANSTON 

Augusta, Georgia 

Daintiness, "Gawgia," pimento cheeses, that school girl 
complexion 

Doctors' Daughters' Club; Political Science Club 42; Sigma. 



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SENIORS 



CECELIA COVINGTON DICKS 
Rockingham, X. C. 

CcHa, ink bottles, excitableness, talk, friendliness 

Dramatic Club; Orchesis 42; Political Science Club 42: 
Altar Guild 42 ; Mu. 



ANNE WESTCOTT DUNN 

Birmingham, Alabama 

Receiving lines. Phi Gams, Claude, philosophy 

Sigma Lambda Literary Society 41 ; Publications Staff 41 ; 
Glee Club 41 ; Swimming Team 41 ; Legislative Body, Chair- 
man 41; Circle 42; Dramatic Club; Political Science Club; 
President Senior Class 42; Altar Guild 42; Hockey 42; Mu. 



ANNA MEREDITH FLUCK 

Tarboro, N. C. 

Anchors Aweigh, swimming, knitting, completion 

Choir; Glee Club; Orchesis; Political Science Club 42; 
Athletic Council 42 ; Life Saving 42 ; Vice President of 
Sigma's 42. 



JEAN WEBSTER PULTON 

Roanoke, Virginia 

Wickie, poise, chapel lines, attractiveness, Fulton Lewis 

Tennis Team 41 ; Chief Marshal 42 ; Posture Queen 42 
Letter Club 42; Political Science Club 42; Altar Guild 42 
Kickball 42; Sigma. 







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IDA DUNN HARRIS 

Raleigh, X. C. 

Brown eyes, good limes, proms, day student* 

Hall Council -H ; President of Day Students 42; Legislative 
Bodv 42: Mu. 



MARY WRIGHT HOLLAND 
Wilmington, X. ('. 

Letters to Diet,-, happiness, plaid pearls, Caroline 

E.A.P. Literary Society; Granddaughters' Club, President 
42; Political Science Club; Dramatic Club 42. Secretary 42; 
Altar Guild 42, Vice President 42; Mu. 



ELIZABETH ANN JONES 

Aulander, N. C. 

Fluff, tears, sophistication, shhhhh, popularity 

Glee Chili 41; Annual Ait Staff 41 ; Choir; Dramatic Club; 
Crucifer 42; Political Science Club: Altar Guild 42; Mu. 




MARY-GENE KELLY 

Ottawa. Kansas 

Sleep, assignments, charac- 
ter, calmness 

Hall Council 41; Camera 
Club 41 : Circle 41, President 
42; Publications Staff 41, 
Editor of Belles 42; Sigma 
Lambda Literary Society; 
Deutsche!- Verein: Mu. 



SENIORS 



I [arris 

Jones 



Holland 
Kelly 



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SENIORS 



MILDRED BORDEN LEE 

Goklsboro, N. C. 

"Snake," dancing. Chapel 
Hill, cuteness, veils 

Dance Marshal 41 ; Grand- 
daughters' Club; Orchesis, 
All Star 42 ; Dramatic Club ; 
Chief Dance Marshal 42 ; 
Publications Staff 42; Let- 
ter Club 42 ; Y.P.S.L. Coun- 
cil 42 ; Athletic Council 42 ; 
Political Science Club 42 ; 
Altar Guild 42 ; Life Saving 
42; President of Mu's 42. 




Lee 
Lyon 



Lindsay 

Malum 



PAULINE GERVAIS LINDSAY 

Spartanburg, South Carolina 

Polly, rhythm, giggles, stepsinging 

Swimming Team 40; Granddaughters' Club; Letter Club; 
Hall Council 41 ; Art Staff 41 ; Choir; Orchesis 42; Political 
Science Club 42 ; Altar Guild 42 ; Vice President of Mu's 42. 

JEAN HORTON LYON 

Fayetteville, N. C. 

French Club, specs, nuis niiisoiliis, willingness 

French Club 41, President 42; Publications Staff 42; Politi- 
cal Science Club 42 ; Altar Guild 42 ; Sigma. 

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CHARLOTTE ANN MAHAN 

Charlottesville, Virginia 

Power, ability, petitencss, party gal, speeches, black eyes 

E.A.P. Literary Society 41 ; Circle ; Legislative Body ; 
Dramatic Club; President of Student Body 42; Honor 
Council 42; Hall Council 42; Political Science Club 42; Mu. 



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SENIORS 



JEAN ATKINSON MOTTER 

York, Pennsylvania 

Army life, horses, •planes, cosmopolitanism 

French Club; Glue Club; Granddaughters' Club; Altai- 
Guild 42. 



DOLORES ELIZABETH MULLETT 

Fort Bragg, N. C. 

Eyes, hair da's, accent, officers, niccness 

Letter Club 42; Altar Guild 42; Hockey 42; Kickball; 
Sigma. 




KATHRVN WHEELER NORMAN 

Raleigh, N. C. 

Jam/!/, footlights, "Hi Kid!" versatility, teddi) bears, 
horn-rims 

Hull Council 41; Legislative Body 41; Circle; Publications 
Staff, Editor of Handbook 41, Editor of Bulletin 42; Sigma 
Lambda Literary Society ; Dramatic Club, President 42 ; 
French Club 42 ; Sigma. 




NANCY PETERS PEETE 

Warrenton, N. C. 

Plaids, slow smiles, DKE's, dignity 

Granddaughters' Club; Doctors' Daughters' Club; Politi- 
cal Science Club 42; Altar Guild 42; Sigma. 



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SENIORS 



ELLEN MONTGOMERY PHLEGAR 

Norfolk, Virginia 

"Phle," Latin, Christiansbwrg, unselfishness, Erispy-Kr ernes, 
typing 

Hall Council -tO ; Political Science Club, Vice President 42; 
Deutsche!' Verein, President 42 ; Altar Guild 42 ; Sigma. 




NANCY ROSE POE 
Raleigh, N. C. 
High C's, recitals, sweetness, smiles 
Glee Club; Deutsche!- Verein; Sigma. 




VIRGINIA DAVIS POU 

Raleigh, N. C. 
Sammy, sweaters, sailboats, simplicity 



Sigma. 




IDA JONES QUINTARD 

Charlotte, N. C. 

Proof reading, easy going, opinions, I Q 

Granddaughters' Club; E.A.P. Literary Society, President 
41; Publications Staff; Dramatic Club; French Club, Vice 
President 42; Political Science Club 42; Altar Guild 42; 
Mu. 




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MARY SOPHIA REDWOOD 

Ashevilk, N. C. 

.1/ — Sophia, Y.P.S.L., debuts, Mid-Winters, personality 

Life Saving 41; Sigma Lambda Literary Society; Publica- 
tions Staff; Y.P.S.L. Council 41, President 42; Dramatic 
Club; Political Science Club: French Club 42; Altar Guild 
42 ; Sigma. 

MARY KATHERINE ROPER 
Winter Garden, Florida 
Kay, ideals, dimples, oranges, simg-o-grams 
Lite Saving 41; Sigma Lambda Literary Society; Letter 
Club, President 42; Dramatic Club; Basketball; Vice Presi- 
dent of Student Body 42; Honor Council 42; Circle 42; 
Legislative Body 42 ; Athletic Council 42: Political Science 
Club 42; Hockey 42; Mu. 

ELEANOR WINN SHELTON 
Richmond, Virginia 
Clothes, gentleness, hands, earnestness, poise 
Doctors' Daughters 5 Club; Political Science Club 42; Alt: 
Guild 42 ; Sigma. 





OLIVIA ANNE SMITH 
Rowland, X. C, 
Town of a thousand friends, 
flowers, charm, furs, 
brother 
Honor Council 41: Camera 
Club: Orchestra; E.A.P. 
Literary Society, Vice Pres- 
ident 42; Political Science 
Club; Doctors' Daughters' 
Club. President 42; Publica- 
tions Staff, Exchange Editor 
42; Altar Guild 42; Dra- 
matic Club 42; Glee Club 42; 
Mu. 



SENIORS 



Roper 

Smith 



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SENIORS 



MARTHA ELIZABETH 
STRIBLING 

Atlanta, Georgia 

Bv/wny, uniqueness, vocab- 
ulary, efficiency, jewelry 

French Club 41 ; Orchesis 41 ; 
Drive; Circle; Publications 

Staff; Sigma Lambda Lit- 
erary Society; Dramatic 
Club; Deutschcr Verein; 
Chairman of Hall Council 
42 ; Legislative Body 42 ; 
Choir 42 ; Political Science 
Club 42 ; Altar Guild 42 ; Mu. 




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Taylor 



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Thuston 



MARY BETTY SUITER 
Weldon, N. C. 

Betty, smoothness, Graham, casualness. plaid shirts 
Political Science Club 42; Altar Guild 42; Mu. 



VIRGINIA LOUISE TAYLOR 

Boone, N. C. 

Square dances, perseverance, sports, dependability 

Basketball 41; E.A.P. Literary Society; Deutschcr Verein. 
Treasurer 42; Circle 42; Publications Staff 42; Letter Club 
42; Hockey, All Star 42; Sigma. 



EMILY JANE THUSTON 
Birmingham, Alabama 
Sleepy, halo, amiablcncss, fun 
Political Science Club 42 ; Altar Guild 42 ; Mu. 



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MARY BRYANT UPSHAW 

Raleigh, N. C. 
Jimmy, latest news, grins, Annapolis 



MARY ELIZABETH WALTERS 

Rockingham, N. C. 

Betty, telephone calls, curls. State, horses 

Drive Committee 42; Orchesis 42; Dramatic Club 42; Politi 
cal Science Club 42; Altar Guild 42; Sigma. 



CAROLYN* HOKE WEST 

Kiustiiii, N. C. 

Free periods, letters, little one, shorthand 

Dramatic Club; Political Science Club, Secretary 41; Altar 
Guild ; Orchesis 42 ; Mu. 



ELIZABETH WINSLOW WILLCOX 

Norfolk, Virginia 

Betty, Nags Head, orange fountain pen, sincerity 

Honor Council 41 ; Sigma Lambda Literary Society ; 
Y.P.S.L. Council, Secretary 42; Granddaughters' Club; 
Orchesis, All Star 42; Dramatic Club; Political Science 
Club; Circle 42; Chairman of Legislative Body 42; Chair- 
man of Assembly Programs 42; Publications Staff 42; 
Altar Guild 42 ; Sigma. 



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YOU PAYS YOUH MONEY... 




Lost sumpin'? . . . Beale's weak moment . . . sumpin' smells . . . well? 
.Behind the bars . . . aw, g'wan now . . . happy about the whole thing. 
Whose canary did you eat? . . . watch out for bugs . . . dimpled darling. 
That far-away look . . . Polly — quiet for once . . . chilly? . . . The skunk! 



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SEMESTERS 




Shadows on the sand . . . 
Johny Jonny Enterprises, 
The Battle royal . . . sea 
What Florida does for ya 



now gargle ! 
Inc. . . . like 
ml childhood 



. . . birds of a feather . 
peppermint? 

' tring glamor 



. . clear 
watch it. 



Is he bored. Carrie? . . . A. B.C. . . . We'll 



weather, skipper? 



Mae. 
be right 



DOES ANYBODY EVER FROWN? 




Don't imitate him, Sophia . . . Yank-ers away . . . spotting assembly programs . . . la petite jeune fille . . . that classic grace. 

Hide-n'-seek? ... it is too, Jean . . . Betty Body . . . aren't I cute? . . . O.K., Kid. 

"Fluff" ... a secret, no doubt . . . see sumpin"? . . . just one of her tempers . . . blond stud}'. 

College humor . . . and all that . . . Monkey business . . . look at that strut! . . . Alabama shuffle. 



Fascinating is the process by which a hundred odd girls, wlw come together 
as strangers i>i September, become in « single year Saint Mary's girls in tradition, 
in fact, and in loyalty. 




Sarah Dawson, Vice President; Anxe Dickson, Secretary; Jane Council, President. 

JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

The Juniors! With each advancing year they crawl from their shells and 
step into the limelight to fill the positions left by the seniors. All year they have 
been learning the whys and wherefores of the school through positions in student 
government, publications, societies, and sports. During the past months they have 
been in training, learning what they can, not only from textbooks, but from a gradual 
increase in responsibility. 

Throughout the hundred years at Saint Mary's it has been the Juniors, the 
embryonic leaders of the school, who have been powerful influences in student 
activities. 



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JUNIORS 



Elsie Palmer Adams 
Charlotte, N. C. 

Ruby- Frederick Allen 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Lillian Maxwell Bellamy 
Wilmington, N. C. 



Laura June Bourne 
Tarboro, N. C. 

Betty Lou Britt 

Mount Airy, N. C. 

Beverley Clay Broun 

Charleston, West Virginia 



Catherine Marston Bunn 
Henderson, N. C. 

Mary deRosset Burns 
Fayetteville, N. C. 

Marian Gail Castellow 
Windsor, N. C. 



Emily Shiell Cheshire 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Julia Wright Clark 
Greensboro, N. C. 

Mary Ethel Coons 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 



Mary Ann Cooper 
Henderson, N. C. 

Mary Bridgers Cornick 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Jane Cole Council 

Lake Waceamaw, N. G 



Mary Ann Crook 

Baltimore, Maryland 

Virginia Neville Cumming 
Augusta, Georgia 

Dorothy Jean DeVore 
Jacksonville, Florida 





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JUNIORS 




First roic : 

Caroline Banks Dial, Columbia, South Carolina 

Anne Talbott Dickson, Virginia Beach, Virginia 

Alice Walker Dillard, Greensboro, N. C. 

Mary Ann Dixon, Raleigh, N. C. 

Elizabeth Davis Egerton, Raleigh, N. C. 

Second row: 

Essie Brvce Evans, Forksville. Virginia 

Josephine Flanagan, Greenville, N. C. 

Betsy Gallagher, Raleigh, N. C. 

Ann Temple Garnett, Richmond, Virginia 

Dora Jane Garrett, Raleigh, N. C. 



Third rote: 

Ann Helen Geoghegan, Raleigh, N. C. 
Margaret Wilson Glenn, Greensboro, N. C. 
Rena Micks Graham, Goldsboro, N. C. 
Elizabeth Grimes, Raleigh, N. C. 
Elizabeth Hackney, Wilson, N. C. 

Fourth row: 

Mary Brooks Harper, Raleigh, N. C. 

Ann Thurmond Helfenstein, Frederick, Md. 

Josephine R. Henry, Rockingham, N. C. 

Elizabeth Shirley Hessler, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Marie Osgood DeLand Hodges, Sumter, S. C. 



■ii 



JUNIORS 



■^^mHH||^BH««M 




First row: 

Nancy Travis Hunt, Oxford, N. C. 

Lillian Vaughan Jenkins, Goldsboro, N. C. 

Meredith Latham Johnston, Plymouth, N. C. 

Judith Kaplan, Raleigh, N. C. 

Janet McNeil Kelly, Erwin, N. C. 

Second roic : 

Marguerite Harvey LaRoque, Kinston, N. C. 

Margaret Andrews Linton, Charlottesville, Va 

Cora Cox Lucas, Greensboro, N, C. 

Jean Anderson Morris, Raleigh, N. C. 

Ann Elizabeth McKay, Fayetteville, N. C. 



Third row: 

Sarah Louise McKinley, Birmingham, Alabama 
Pauline Hethorn McNeny, Henderson, N. C. 
Gene Vance Neff, Abingdon, Virginia 
Martha Elizabeth Niven, Raleigh, N. C. 
Nancy Reed Norton, Brooklyn, New York 

Fourth rote: 

Robena Ellen Oast, Portsmouth, Virginia 
Valeria Virginia Olive, Lexington, N. C. 
Margaret Andrews Oshorn, Welch, W. Va, 
Elizabeth Jordan Pender, Norfolk, Virginia 
Mary Brooks Popkins, Leesburg, Virginia 



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JUNIOES 



Antoinette Lyman Quincy 

Sumter, South Carolina 

Daphne Richardson 
Fayetteville, N. C. 

Muriel Craven Robinson 
Wadesboro, X. C. 



Xelle Rousseau 

North Wilkesboroj X. C. 

Elizabeth Waddell Royall 
Goldsboro, X. C. 

Katherine Baker Russell 
Jacksonville, Florida 



Sarah Elizabeth Sanborn 
Goldsboro, X. C. 

Adelaide Virginia Scales 
Raleigh. X. C. 

Marian Schafer 
Raleigh, X. C. 



Shirley Ann Schellenberg 
Raleigh, X. C. 

Ruth Vail Selby 
Edenton, X. C. 

Marjorie Elizabeth Soar 
Raleigh, X. C. 



Joan Blount Stell 

Washington, D. C. 

Margaret Andrews Stone 
Greensboro. X. C. 

Mary Elizabeth Swain 
Wilmington. X. C. 



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JUNIORS 



Jane Allensworth Taylor 
South Boston, Virginia 

Mary Lucile Thomas 
Wilson, N. C. 

Sarah Elizaheth Thompson 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Mary- Louise Thomson 
Goldsboro, N. C. 

Agnes Cornelia Tongue 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Sarah Frances Tucker 
Shanghai, China 



Hilah White 

Raleigh, N. C. 

Harriette Newell Whitner 
Charlotte, N. C. 

Jane Dickson Wideman 
Washington, D. C. 



Frances Bagwell Williams 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Margaret Williams 
Asheville, N. C. 

Dora Sompay-rac Winters 
Washington, D. C. 




Erin Tuttle Woodall 
Warrenton, N. C. 

Meta Baldwin Young 
Albany, Georgia 




4? 



CONDITIONAL 




First row: 

Julia Bethell Alfriend, Tallahassee, Florida 
Mary Elizabeth Bassett, Bassett, Virginia 
Jane Kestler Bell, Raleigh, N. C. 
Martha June Bourne, Raleigh, N. C. 

Second row: 

Polly Brittingham, Fort Bragg, N. C, 

Mildred Caison, Clinton, N. C. 

Betty Landon Chase, Raleigh, N. C. 

Patricia Louise Coder, Louisville. Kentucky 



Third row: 

Sara Atwater Crowder, Raleigh, N. C 
Sarah Nelson Dawson, Cramerton, N. C. 
Jane Carlton Evans, Washington, D. C. 
Mary Virginia Freeman, Clarksville, Virginia 

Fourth row: 

Mary Charles Godwin, Williamston, N. C. 
Elizabeth Kerr Harwell, Columbia, S. C. 
Yi Johnson, Greensboro, N. C. 
Elizabeth Smedes Jones, Charlotte. N. C. 



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JUNIORS 




First row: 

Martha Mitchell Kinsey, Petersburg, Virginia 
Katiiryn Shaw Kivette, Raleigh, N. C. 
Doris Wynona Lloyd, Raleigh, N. C. 
Martha Willis Moseley, Raleigh, N. C. 

Second roxc : 

Frances Field McDavid, Raleigh, N. C. 

Marion Kirk McLeod, Sumter. South Carolina 

Flora Creech Xorris, Raleigh, N. C. 

Helen Cruiksiiank Riley, Camp Edwards, Mas: 



Third row: 

Aurelia Hitger Rutherfoord, Roanoke, Virginia 

Margaret S. Shackelford, Martinville, V r a. 

Anne Barrus Stouch, Kinston, X. C. 

Mary Elizabeth Vahdeman, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Fourth row: 

Sara Poole Wadsworth, Xew Bern, X. C. 

Betsey John West, Raleigh, X T . C. 

Neva Bidgood Whitaker, Kinston, X. C. 

Flora Hunter Williamson, Memphis, Tennessee 



Not photographed : Patricia Barnes, Dillon, South Carolina 



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BUSINESS 
CLASS 



These are hard working girls. Strenuously 
trained in the exact and precise practicalities 
of office work, they earn their certificates only 
after receiving the approval of some busi- 
ness office in town, where they worked a month. 



Becky Ward. Vice President 

Louise Eggleston, President 



Gloria McMillan- Avent 
Elizabeth City, X. C. 

Margaret Stewart Bethune 
Clinton. X. C. 

Nancy Biggs 

Williamston, X. C. 



Dorothy Mildred Campbell 

Richmond, States Island. X. Y. 

Frances Elizabeth Chowder 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Louise Freeman F,(;i;leston 
Norfolk, Virginia 



Anne Coffield Fowden 
Williamston, X r . C. 

Louise Hunter Jones 
Norfolk, Virginia 



Marilyn Rose Hole 
Raleigh, N. C. 




50 



Shirley Lytle 

Weirsdale, Florida 

Rosa Moore Macaulay 
Waynesboro, Georgia 

Anne Wingate MacEae 
Bel Air, Maryland 

Nell Mason 

Raleigh, N. C. 

Elizabeth Lewis Michaux 
Goldsboro, N. C. 

Pattie Joaline Ross 
Clinton, N. C. 

Valadon Cowling Shepherd 
Charlottesville, Virginia 

Joyce Lucille Smith 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Sarah Dorothy Spivey 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Foy Ward Stephenson 
Pendleton, N. C. 

Virginia Della Stockard 
Graham, N. C. 

Carolyn Elizabeth Sugg 
Greenville, N. C. 



Cornelia Williamson Walker 
Raleigh, N. C 

Rebecca Hilliard Ward 
Plymouth, N. C. 

Lucile Chandler White 
Henderson, N. C. 



Alice Walton Yount 
Hickory, N. C. 




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SOPHOMOEE 
CLASS 



Here are collegiates in the making, hand- 
tailored everyone. 



Lee Stevens, Secretary; Liliba Tliorne, President; 
Jenny Woodard, Vice President 




Fust row: 

Mary Christena Allen, Wrightsville Beach, N. ('. 

Esther Suydan Bair, Greensburg, Pennsylvania 

Virginia Barton, Suffolk, Virginia 

Elizabeth Ellen Bexcini, Eustis, Florida 

Mary Elizabeth Blount, Washington, N. C. 



Second row: 

Meredith Boaze, Lexington, X. C. 

Jean Brooks, Kinston, N. C. 

Alice Bethenia Casteen, Leaksville. X. C. 

Jane Clark Cheshire, Raleigh, X. C. 

Sarah Burgess Clarksox, Charlotte, X. C. 

Nancy MacRae Correll, Penns Grove, X. J. 



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SOPHOMORES 




First row; 

Elouise Mayhant Cuthbert, Suffolk, Virginia 
Betty Anne Drysdale, Hendersonville, N. C. 

Louise Toler Gower, Rocky Mount, N. C. 

Margaret Anne Gregory, Raleigh, N. C. 

Mary Branch Henderson, Williamsburg, Virginia 



Third row: 

Shields Datghtridge Jones, Rocky Mount, X. C. 
Bettie Alexander Kendricr, Raleigh, N. C. 
Virginia Brooks Manry, Courtland, Virginia 
Elsie Martin Marshall, Garnett, S. C. 
Gloria Gray Medlin, Aberdeen, N. C, 



Second row : 

Betty Van Dyke Hess, Fort Bragg, N. (' 
Rita Bowen Hickey, Raleigh, X. C. 
Almeria Lykes Holmes, Tampa, Florida 
Mary Adams Hough, Raleigh, X. C. 
Edna Jane Hnrr, Seottshoro, Alabama 



Fourth row: 

Caroline Legabe Morrison, Lancaster, S. C. 
Virginia Lee McRae, Rockingham, X. C. 
Perry MacFarland Xeblett, Charlotte, X. C. 
Rose Whitehead Osborne, Asheville. X. C. 
Shirley Perry, Cliapanoke, N. C. 



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SOPHOMORES 




First row: 

Mary Ann Pettigrew, Asheville, N. C. 
Elizabeth Hawks Pott, Petersburg, Virginia 
Anne Elizabeth Pridgen, Gainesville, Florida 
Mary Faith Edens Rogers, Bennettsville, S. C. 
Suzanne Schmidt, Fort Bragg, N. C. 

Second row: 

Shirley Shepherd, Spartanburg, South Carolina 
Frances Lee Stevens, Rocky Mount, N. C. 
Jean Hartzell Stradley, Raleigh, N. C. 
May French Taylor, Wilmington, N. C. 
Marion Moore Thomas, Charlotte, N. C. 



Third row: 

Elizabeth Kabler Thomson, Forest. Virginia 
Elizabeth Eugenia Thohne, Columbia, S. C. 
Sara Elizabeth Thornton, Norfolk, Virginia 
Nancy Miller Upsiiaw, Raleigh, N. C. 
Lillian Manoah West, Kinston, N. C. 

Fourth row: 

Evelyn Ann White, Raleigh, N. C. 
Elizabeth Randolph Winslow, Hertford, N. C 
Mary Virginia Woodabd, Rocky Mount, N. C. 
Margaret Ervin Yount, Hickory, N. C. 
Sarah Anderson Zimmerman, Spartanburg, S. C. 



54 




FUESHMAN 
CLASS 

Beginners, but not fresh; promising, but 

ii ii finished, they have stinted with the bottom 
ru ng. 



Rue Guthrie, Vice President; Laurie Lucas. Presi- 
dent; Phyllis Thorpe, Secretary. 




r*-s. JSKm 



First row : 

Laura Ann Abernethy, Lincolnton, X. C. 
Mary Catherine Archer, Charlottesville, Va. 
Jane Durham Bell, Red Springs, N. C. 
Barbara Dashill Brufe, Knoxville, Tennessee 
Ann Canon Brundage, Tryon, N. C. 



Second roxe : 

Olive Camp, Franklin, Virginia 

Anne Elizabeth Damtoft, Aslieville, N. 

Betty Davidson, Knoxville, Tennessee 

Mary Gresham Dickey, Oxford, Pa. 

Jane Rolfe Divers, Pulaski, Virginia 




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FRESHMEN 

Mary Drewry Estes 
Cascade. Virginia 

Florence Elizabeth Ferguson 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Evelyn Lucile Grant 
Knoxville, Tennessee 



Rt'E Wilson Guthrie 
Charlotte, N. C. 

Mary Virginia Hart 
Chatham, Virginia 

Martha Page Hogg 

Beckley, West Virginia 



Caroline Moncure Long 
Garysburgj N. C. 

Anne DeBoy Love 
Raleigh, N. C. 

St. Lawrence Fleming Lucas 
Greensboro, NT. C. 



Priscilla Lee Mitchell 
Greensboro, N. C. 

Jane G. Moore 

Southern Pines, N. C. 

C a r o line Myers 

Charlotte, N. C. 



Mae Jean McCrory 

Carter's Bridge, Virginia 

Patricia Farr Pagen 

New York, New York 

Dorothy Haywood Ruffin 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Eleanor Randolph Thomas 
Charlotte, N. C. 

Mary Arden Tucker 
Warrenton, N. C. 

('harlot Ann Waller 

Morganfield, Kentucky 

Not photographed: 

Merritte Dixon MacGregor 

Fort Benning, Georgia 



5G 



PEEPS 



Betty Anne Bobbitt 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Lillian Staten Cannon 
Charlotte, N. C. 

Dilys Grace Edmunds 
Greensboro. N. C. 



Cordelia Wills Gaxt 
Burlington, N, C. 

Betty White Johnson 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Ellen Brent Senay 
Raleigh. X. C. 



Jeannette Wine Simpson 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Jane Elliot Sloan 
Charlotte, N. C. 

Carolyn Joy Stewart 
Milan, Tennessee 



Phyllis Sherlock Thorpe 

lYlliam Manor, New York 



SPECIAL 
STUDENTS 



Katherine McClamrock 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Ann Cooper Russell 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Not photographed: 
Gene Wilkins 

Raleigh, N. C. 





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J'S'f « 




What's the matter, Mot? . 
Blind Man's Buff . . . Law 
. . We don't like bubbles 
Glamor I . . . Glamor II 
Queer place for a marshal 
Jane's reading? 



. Dog meets girl . . . Siren I . . . Siren II. 
ind order at St. Mary's . . . I'm taking first choice . . . Her Bag.' 
. . Yon tell us who. 
. . Bell Chimes . . . Editor's hobby. 

. Incorporated ... A couple of good things . . . Know what 



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ORDER, OF THE CIRCLE 



Kelly, M. 


-G. 


Castleman 


Adkins 


President 


Secretary 


Treasurer 


Barnard 




Dickson 


Roper 


Bell, A. 




Dunn 


Stribling 


Cauble 




Ma ban 


Taylor, L. 


Cobb 




MeKinley 
Norman 


Willcox 



As a circle symbolizes unity, so the purpose of this organization is to 
promote a spirit of cooperation between the faculty and the students by the 
cultivation of high ideals of fellowship, service, citizenship, and scholarship, 
and to assist new students in finding their places in school life and activities. 



SAINT MARTS AND THE WAR 

Saint Mary's is living up to her standard by doing everything possible 
to help in the nation's war efforts. Every club and organization on the 
campus has adopted some kind of war work as its project for the year, 
and since the declaration of war, thev have increased contributions, have 
conceived new ideas for the student body work, and have active plans 
drawn for next year. 

Soon after war was declared, Mrs. Cruikshank, at a conference of the 
Southern Association of Junior Colleges and Secondary Schools, pledged 
the "all out" support of Saint Mary's to the nation's war effort, and the 
school has supported this pledge completely. 

Since the beginning of the school year, the Circle has sponsored a drive 
for the adoption of British war orphans with the result that the school is 
now supporting fifteen of these children through the agency of the English 
government. 

The Dramatic Club has turned all its earnings into Defense Bonds and 
given them to the school. The South Carolina Club has given up all other 
activities to earn money to turn into bonds, the Dance Marshals have bought 
Defense Bonds with their year's proceeds, and the Postofficc at the school 
does its part by selling Defense Stamps to everyone. 

The Altar Guild directed the used stamps and wastcpaper saving cam- 
paign, and the Deutsche)- Yerein, besides collecting tinfoil and tin, helped 
the library collect books to be distributed to Army camps throughout the 
country. 

Other extemporaneous activities have sprung up with the impending 
crisis. A Home Hygiene Nursing course sponsored by the Doctors' 
Daughters'' Club and taught by Mrs. Naylor had thirty girls who completed 
the course. Another new class is a typing class consisting of about twenty 
girls not already in the business department. And those girls who are not 
in defense classes or organizations are knitting sweaters, socks, mufflers, 
and caps for the Red Cross. 

The faculty has made a strong, united effort to help in the world crisis. 
Under the direction of Miss Bason the members of the faculty have com- 
pleted during the year a large number of skirts, sweaters, baby dresses, 
baby sacks, bootees, blankets, pillows, and toddlers' packs. Too, the}' have 
knitted socks, and sweaters for men in the Army and Navy. 

Plans already underway for 1942-43 include courses in Morse code 
and semaphore signals, mechanics, geography, and Red Cross first aid. 

All in all, Saint Mary's girls and faculty' have done far more than just 
their part in helping to win the war. 



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PUBLICATIONS 



What are little editors made of — executive 
ability, sit-up-and-take-notice ideas, endless 
patience? If these are the ingredients of a good 
editor, the recipe which made MARY-GENE 
KELLY must have been doubled, for it takes all 
that and also Mary-Gene's cool head to edit the 
/{flics on schedule. Editing a paper involves read- 
ing copy at midnight, writing headlines at odd 
moments, and managing a staff that always has a 
million other things to do. But from the efforts 
of Mary-Gene and her staff has conic the Belles, liv- 
ing up to its standard of information, enlightening, 
and amusing the student body. Bunny Stribling's 
"Inquiring Reporter," Ida Quintard's "And All That," Allie Bell's "Belles," and 
Jean Lyon's "inns musculus" have formed the backbone of the Belles' feature pages. 

Excited and "confoosed," JONNY NORMAN is responsible for one of the great- 
est reforms in the publications. A Bulletin with one central theme and pictures 
has been per pet project and chief accomplishment this year. She pled with, cajoled, 
and threatened the Bulletin Staff, but she drove herself twice as hard as she drove 
them. This year's Bulletin has become a real power at Saint Mary's, always eagerly 
awaited and thoroughly enjoyed. The November Bulletin followed the school life of 
"Miss Typical Saint Mary's," the March number reviewed a century of life at Saint 



Fanny McDavtd 
A initial Photographer 




Carol Cobu, Editor of Stack 
Coach ; ('. A. P. MoonE, Adviser 
h, Publications; Mary-Gene 
Kelly, Editor of Belles; Jo.n.ny 
N'liirms, Editor of Bulletin. 



Art Stalf (n trifle self- 
conscious) . 




Mary's, and the Commencement issue con- 
tains a report of Centennial doings. Louise 
Taylor, Ecbe Castleman, Brooksie Popkins 
and Hetty Pender have been Jonny's main- 
stays. 

She fought gloriously, she scolded fierce- 
ly, she appealed humbly. Emerging from 
the darkroom with a tray of newly de- 
veloped film, CAROL COBB pitched into 
work on the Stage Coach with fury. She 
soothed the printer, argued with Mr. 
Moore, and suggested angles to Mrs. 
Siddell. Everywhere at once with her in- 
sistent "When can we have a meeting, Mr. 
Moore?" Carol has succeeded in combining 



Camera Club President Fanny McDavid's 
flashlight photos, the Art Staff's origi- 
nality, and the best literary efforts of the 
Publications Staff in this year's Stage 
Coach. Pat Bell and Bunny Stribling, 
co-editors of the Art Staff, Ellis Barnard, 
Lib Adkins, and Miss Hoch sketched 
valiantly, and Allie Bell wrote pages of 
captions. 

All these and other members of the Staff 
have contributed their individuality, time, 
and hard work to make the 19-tSJ Publica- 
tions — Belles, Bulletin, and Stage Coach 
— o'ood. 



Mary-Gene dishing il out to 
the staff. 





DRAMATIC 
CLUB 



Mary Lucile Thomas. Treasurer; Elizabeth Adkins, Vice Presi- 
dent; Mary Wright Holland, Secretary ; Miss Florence Davis, 
Director; Kathrvn Norman, President. 



Working ceaselessly and enthusiastically under the guidance of its officers and 
the watchful eye of .Miss Davis, THE DRAMATIC CLUB entertains the student 
body with at least two big plays a year, as well as with work shop plays. Highlights 
of the year were it presentations of Dear Brutus and Happy Journey. 




'DEAR BRUTUS' 



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LITEEARY SOCIETIES 

The SIGMA LAM HI) AS mm the competition cup last year. . . 




The SIGMA LAMBDA AND E.A.P. Literary societies devote their time 
to creative writing-. They try to outdo each other by writing- the best poems, 
essays, and short stories, which tliev freely and objectively discuss via the 
laboratory method. 

. . . the E.A.P.'.s hope to retrieve it thin year. 




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DEUTSCHER 
VEREIN 



In addition to collecting tinfoil for defense and books for soldiers this year, the 
DEUTSCHER VEREIN became thoroughly familiar with Danziger's German 
food on a trip to Chape] Hill after Spring Vacation. 



Fortnightly, members of the FRENCH CLUB, under the supervision of Miss 
.Johnson, sponsor such entertainments as delightful puppet shows, sing French folk 
songs, and converse in French on current affairs. 



FRENCH 

PTTTT3 





POLITICAL 

SCIENCE 

CLUB 



The POLITICAL SCIENCE CLUB members, under the direction of Mr. 

Guess, attend lectures in town, schedule good speakers, and put on student programs 
in the interest of democracy and Defense. 



One of the most worthwhile organizations of the campus is the DOCTORS' 
DAUGHTERS' CLUB, which takes Home Hygiene classes for defense, and raises 
money for relief in China. 



DOCTORS' «?a$0£&$ 
DAUGHTERS' * 1 ** J * 



CLUB 





,- - 

| 



SEXTETTE 



Six voices mingle to 
bring enthusiastic ap- 
plause from audience and 
from radio listeners. Di- 
rected by Miss Cate, 
these girls have broadcast 
several fine programs this 
year. 



GLEE CLUB 



E v e r y Wednesday 

night from Holt to the 
library, one hears the 
burst of song from the 
music building as Mr. 
Broughton trains the 
club for a recital. 





ORCHESTRA 



On the down beat of 
Mr. Bird's baton, har- 
monious melodies faintly 
reach the library next 
door. 



GRAND- 
DAUGHTERS' 
CLUB 




The GRANDDAUGHTE 
indelibly upon the hearts of i1> 
their mothers and grandmothe 
in the lives of the airls above. 



THE ORCHESIS 



"The Juggler," presented at Christmas time, was an outstanding example of 
the work the ORCHESIS is doing. They helped with the Centennial program, and 
are an up and coming modern dance group. 




IYOUNG PEOPLES 
SERVICE LEAGUE 
I COUNCIL 



Trips to St. Agnes' Hospital's Baby 
ml, money for orphans, step singing, 
stimulating speakers are some of the 
i 'ities of the Young Peoples' Service 
yue, which has the entire student 
' as members. 



'I heard a sound of voices. 



CHOIR 




THE ALTAR 

GUILD 



W?-f>M 



Exclusively composed of seniors, mem- 
bers of the Altar Guild under the tire- 
less guidance of Miss Bason reverently 
and inconspicuously prepare for services 
and dress the altar throughout the re- 
ligious seasons of the year. 




CHAPEL 



Willing hands and loving hearts. . . . 



A solemn stillness to calm the troubled mind. . . . 





ATHLETICS 

White lilies, crisp Autumn clays, flying 
tennis shoes, gay shrieks, and Saint 
Mary's is playing again under the instruc- 
tion of Miss Harvey and Mrs. Guess, who 
with the Athletic Council (President of the 
Letter Club, the President and Vice Presi- 
dent of the Sigma's, and the president and 
Vice President of the Mu's) plan the pro- 
gram in sports for the school year. 

The night after the new girls received 
red or blue ribbons in the fall, the Sigma- 
Mu party starts the excited competition 
that lasts until the Letter Club Banquet 
at the end of the year. Then, mingled with 
toasts, banquet tables, food, and white 
dresses, Miss Harvey awards the plaque 
to the team that has accumulated the most 
points, and awards sweaters to the highest 
individual scorers. 

From September until May the gym and 
the hockey field have been the scenes of 
vigorous competition. Kickball started off 
Hie season with crowds of players and 
cheering spectators. Ellis Barnard, Elea- 
nor Thomas, and Ruth Bond showed their 



Working together, the members of the ATHLETIC COUNCIL plan the athletic pro- 
gram for the year. 




Lindsay, Lee, Barnard, Fluck, Roper, Mrs. Guess, Miss Harvey. 




"hooting" and "fly catching" ability. After 
a hard fought tournament the Mu's carried 
off the prize. With frost came hockey sticks, 
shin guards, and heavy sweaters. Pat Bell 
stole the show with her dribbling, and the 
Mu's ran away with the tournament. lev 
weather came to stay, and off went the players 
to follow Ellis and Kay to the land of basket- 
ball. Suspense kept the spectators on edge as 
Kay, Ellis, Shirley Lytle, Louise Taylor, 
Sarah Dawson, Marjorie Linton, Betty Lou 
Britt, Anne Russell, and .Mildred Lee battled 
for their teams; jumping, pivoting,- passing, 
and shooting for baskets. Captain Kay led 
the Mu's to victory over the Sigma's. Spring 
again, and with it came volley ball, swimming, 
and then tennis. The rythmic bounce of balls 
on the hard court proclaimed that tennis was 
the rage. With steady marksmanship Jean 
Fulton, Tassie Russell, Jane Wideman, Lee 
Stevens, and Jenny Woodard served low, 
hard balls. And then the year ended, leaving 
only the memory of the hard fought games 
at Saint Mary's in Autumn, Winter, and 
Spring. 




PLAY DAY 












. Hh 




LETTER CLUB 




E. Thomas, Taylor, McDavicl. McKinley, Bone, Fulton. Adkins, Lee, Roper, A. Bell, Mullett. 



A SPORTING GOOD TIME 




Ground-sticks . . . something on the ball. 

Pensive . . . Well, catch it! . . . free for all. 

Sock it! . . . Here! . . . Keep your eye on the ball. 



IDENTIFICATION OF CLUB MEMBERS 



Art Staff: Bell, H., Stribling, Co-Art Editors; Adkins, Barnard, Coons, Garnett, Thomas, M. L. P. 03. 

Publication! Stuff: Kelly, M.-G, Editor Belief: Norman, Editor Bull, Hi,: Cobb, Editor Stage 
Coach; Adams, Hell, A., Bell, J. K., Bellamy, Britt, Castleman, Coons, Jenkins, Kinsey, Lee, Lyon, 
McKinley, Popkins, Norton, Pender, Quintard, Redwood, Smith, O. A., Stribling, Tucker, M. A., Tucker, 
S., Taylor, L, Wilcox. P. 63. 

Sigma Lambda Literary Society: Bell, A., President; Britt, Vice President; Dickson, Secretary; Bell, 
H., Bell, J. K., Bronson, Coons, Council, Dunn, Kelly, J., Kelly, M. G.. Norman, Pender, Quincy, Red- 
wood, Roper, Royall, Stribling, Thomas, M. I.., Willcox. P. SB. 

E.J.I'. Literary Society: Castleman, President; Smith, I). A., Vice President; Tucker, S., Secretary; 
liair. Barnard, Bellamy, Bond, Clarke, 11., Evans, .1. C. Hessler, Holland, Jones, S., Kaplan, Mc- 
Kinley, Pcttigrew, Popkins, Quintard, Soar, Taylor, I.., Walker, Winters. P. (15. 

Deutseher Vereiu: Phlegar, President ; Taylor, L., Treasurer; Bronson, Harper, Hart, Hodges, 
Kelly, M.-G, Kivette, Lloyd, Poe, Quincy, Stribling, West, B. J., White, K. A P. (i(i. 

French Club: Lyon, President : Quintard, T T /'re President; Hickey, Secretary : Dickson, Treasurer; 
Bell, A., Bell, II.. Bellamy, Bond, Castleman, Clarke. M., Dawson. DeVore, Jenkins, Jones, S., Kelly, J., 
Kendriek, Motter, McKinley, Norman, Quincy, Redwood, Stribling, Thome, Upshaw, N., West, L., 
Winters. P. lili. 

Potitieul Science Club: Cauble, President; Phlegar, Vice President: Pender, Secretory: Adkins, 
Barnard, Battle, Beale, Bell, A., Bell, II., Bernhardt, Bond, Butler, Clarke, M., Cobb, Cranston, DeVore, 
Dicks, Dunn, Evans, .1., Fluck, Fulton, Graham, Helfenstein, Holland, Hunt, Johnson, Johnston, Jones, 
E. A., Kinsey, Lee, Lindsay, Lyon, Mahan, McKinley, McLcod, Norton, Peete, Phlegar, Quintard, Red- 
wood, Roper,' Russell. K., Ruthert'oord, Sehellenberg, Shackelford, Shelton, Smith, O. A., Stribling, 
Suiter, Swain, Thuston, Vardeman, Wadsworth, Wallers. Ward, West, C, Willcox. P. «7. 

Doctors' Don /titters' Club: Smith, O. A., President : Kendriek, Vice President : Johnson, V., Secretary; 
Tucker, S., Treasurer; Archer, Bell, J. K., Bobbitt, B., Britt, Casteen, Castellow, Cranston, Divers, 
Henderson, Henry, Jordan, Macaulay, Medlin, McKay. Morrison, C. Morrison, M., Neblett, Oast, Peete, 
Pridgen, Pott, Riley, Shackelford, Shelton, Shepherd, S., Sloan, Suiter, West, B. J., West, L., Williamson. 
P. (!7. 

Sextette: Coder, Ferguson, Hodges, Poe, Ross, Royall. P. 68. 

Glee Club: Alfriend, Barnard, Bassett, Beale, Bellamy, Blount, Bond, Britt, Bruff, Bunn, Clarke, M., 
Dickev, Fluck, Garnett, Hodges, Hurt, Johnston. Lucas. C, Lucas, L., Marshall, McKinley, Pngen, Poe, 
Ross, Royall, Sloan, Smith, O. A., Wideman. P. (is. 

Orchestra: Johnston, President; Coons, Haig, Hurt, Kovac, Selby, Shepherd, Simpson, Smith, O. A., 
Waller. I', lis. 

Granddaughters' Club: Holland, President; Macliac, Secretary; Avent. Battle, Bell, A., Bell, II., 
Bell, J. K., Bernhardt, Blount, Bunn, Cobb, Graham, Johnston, Jones, E. S., Lee, Motter, MeRae, 
Neblett, Peete, Quintard, Royall, Stell, Taylor, M., Willcox. P. (ill. 

Orehesis: Bond, President; Lucas, C, Secretory : Archer, Barnard, Battle, Beale, Casteen, Clarke, 
M., Cumming, Dicks, Eggleston, Fluck, Johnson, Jones L., Lee, Lindsay, Manry, McKinley, MeRae, Neff, 
Simpson, Thomas, M., Thornton, Walters, West, C, Willcox, Williams, F. P. (i!). 

Young Peoples' Service League Council : Redwood, President ; Dixon, Vice President ; Willcox, 
Secretary; Battle, Bond, Dickson, Dixon, Lee, Royall, Ruthert'oord, Shackelford, Tucker, S., Woodard. 
P. 70. 

Choir: Jones. E, A.. Crueifer: Barnard, Beale, Bunn, Coder, Coons, Crook, DeVore, Evans, J., Fluck, 
Hunt, Hurt, Johnston, Kelly, ,L, Lindsay. Medlin, Motter, McKinley, Ross, Royall, Shackelford, Stribling, 
Ward, Wideman, Woodall. P. 70. 

Altar Guild: McLeod, President; Holland, Vice President; Rutherfoord, Secretary; Adkins, Barnard, 
Battle, Bell, A., Bernhardt, Bond, Cauble, Clarke, M., Cobb, Dicks, Dunn, Fluck, Fulton, Graham. 
Johnson, Johnston, Jones, E. A., Lee, Lindsay, Lyon, Motter, Mullett, Peete, Phlegar, Quintard, Red- 
wood, Shelton, Smith, O. A., Stribling, Suiter, Swain, Taylor, Thuston, Walters, Ward, West, Willcox. 
P. 71. 



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1942 MONOGRAM GIRLS 

The faculty selected the following six girls as ones who 
finely exemplify student loyalty and devotion to the school 
and its interests. 

Alice Peoples Bell Charlotte Ann Mahan 

Eva Carolyn Cobb Kathryn Norman 

Mary-Gene Kelly Martha Elizabeth Stribling 



EIGHT OUTSTANDING GIRLS 

Each year the student body chooses for special distinction 
the eight most outstanding girls in school. This selection is 
based on scholarship, achievement, leadership, and is the high- 
est honor, outside regular elections, which the student body 
can confer upon its members. 

Turn the page ! 



MARSHALS 



The essence of loveliness. 




Martha Battle, Ruth Bond, Jean Fulton, Chief; Elizabeth Adkins, Minkie Clarke. 



Graced with loveliness and poise, Ruth, Lib, Martha, Minkie, and Chief Marshal 
Jean subdue chattering lines of girls and lead them to plays and lectures in the audi- 
torium, marshal them to and from the Chapel, and generally direct Student Bodj' 
gatherings. Always well groomed, always attractive, and always capable, these are 
our Marshals. 




OUTSTANDING 



CHARLOTTE ANN MAHAN 
Charlottesville, Virginia 



MILDRED BORDEN LEE 

Goldsboro, N. C. 




80 



GIELS 



KATHRYN WHEELER NORMAN 

Raleigh, N. C. 





MARTHA ELIZABETH STRIHLING 
Atlanta, Georgia 



81 




OUTSTANDING 



EVA CAROLYN COBB 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 



MARY KATHERINE ROPER 
Winter Garden, Florida 




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You've got him groggy . . . swing 'em . . . Working on him, too, Minkie? 

Come closer . . . gilding the lily . . . Foy's boy . . . Lay off, Jean ! 



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THE JUNIOR SIDE OF LIFE 

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22853 . . . aintcha coming out? . . . what's so hoomerus? . . . essence of concentration. 
It's friendship ... Oh Romeo! . . . midnight oil 

Cheshire cat . . . surprise! . . . going somewhere? . . . Toying with love. 
Roped in . . . Army brats . . . dea,r old golden rule days. 



RELAXATION— AND HOW! 




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Nubs . . . day dreaming- . . . pass the olive oil. 
Whatcha seer 1 . . . there's m\is? . . . simmering 
Exclamation point . . . Carrie, how could you? 



Shack . . . trick ct 



POTPOUEI 




The fleet's in ! . . . Thanksgiving . . . Hep-cat. 
Here, there, and everywhere . . . step up that singing 
Hey! . . . chum and more chum. 
The mad Russian . . . test today? . . . it's " yarn. 



"I hate war. 



ODDITIES 




A man ! . . . your guess is as good as mine . . . open house. 

Get to work . . . take it down when it's tired. 

Curtain going up . . . this was fun . . . Pious me! 

Juking . . and in front of the Chapel too . . . Neptune's daughter . . . the Pride of the family. 

"Did'ya ever see such a sight in ya life?" . . ■ Guess who? . . . monkey shines. 



MEDLEY 




Research papers . . . microbe hunter . . . Pollen Park outing. 

What's up? . . . Pardon, may I pass? . . . Come and get it! 

The one that got away . . . walking oft' points? 

Why, Betty! . . . Swarthout talks . . . Hey, wait for me . . . "Queen Lillian." 

M C, don't peek . . . we heard the dinner bell too . . . couldn't be studying 



COMMENCEMENT 





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Line of least resistance . . . Mrs. Cruikshank. 

Sheepskins, at last . . . Bishop Penick, Dr, Gaines, Mrs. Cruikshank 

The last ruond-up . . . Leading . . , the student body. 



the 99th session is ended.' 



To Our 
STAGE COACH ADVERTISERS 

We express our appreciation and recommend 
the patronage of these firms 



Allen's Market 

Barbour Produce 

Blue Star Stores 

Boylan-Pearce, Inc. 

Brantley & Son, Inc. 

Briggs & Sons, Thos. H. 

Boon-lseley Drug Store 

Brogden Produce Company 

Bynum Printing Company 

California Restaurant 

Capital Ice & Coal Co., Inc. 

Carolina Cleaners 

Carolina Hotel 

Carolina Coach Company 

Cromley-Melvin Drug Store 

Donations: Electric Service 
Cafeteria 
Wholesale Meats 

Eckerd's Drug Store 

Edwards & Broughton Company 

Ellisberg — Ready-to- Wear 

Fallon Company, Inc., J. J. 

Hotel Sir Walter 

Hudson Fish & Oyster Co. 

Hudson-Belk Co. 

Jean's 



Lance Packing Company 

Lewis Sporting Goods Company 

Marsh, George, Company 

Movie Theatres: Ambassador 
Capitol 
Palace 
State 

Neiman's Jewelry Store 

Preston, Inc. 

Royal Baking Company 

Royster's Candy 

Siddell Studio 

Staudt's Bakery 

Saint Mary's School 

Standard Supply Company 

Strop Taxi Company 

Taylor's, Inc. 

Thiem, James E. 

Walgreen's Drug Store 

White Ice Cream Co. 

Williams & Company, Alfred 

Wright's Dairy 

Wyatt & Sons, Job P. 



The STAGE COACH is the only publication of Saint Mary's School and Junior 
College for which advertisements are accepted. A bulletin board list of our adver- 
tisers is kept at the school during the full session. 



SCHOOL SUPPLIES . . . 

FOUNTAIN PENS 

Sheaffer - Parker 

Eversharp - Waterman 

KODAKS and SUPPLIES 

ALBUMS - MEMORY BOOKS 

Loose Leaf Books 
Stationery 

RECORDS and SHEET MUSIC 
"House of Quality" 

JAMES E. THIEM 

Phone 2-2913 Raleigh, N. C. 
108 Fayetteville St. 


The New Silk Lastex 

J ANTZEN 

Bathing Suit Has All the 
Glamour and Style 

It's the Perfect 
SWIM SUIT 


Lewis' Incorporated 

112 W. Hargett Street 
Phone 5524 


CROMLEY-MELVIN 
DRUGS 


MEET 

at the 

CALIFORNIA 
RESTAURANT 

1 1 1 Fayetteville Street 

Lunches and Fountain Service 

that delight the most 

fastidious 


TWO STORES 
CAMERON PARK 

Phone 5834 


SIR WALTER HOTEL BLDG. 

Phone 7533 


Complete 
Drug Store Service 



TAYLOR'S 



"The Show Place of the Carolina's" 

YOU CAN FIND AT THIS GOOD STORE 

MOST ANYTHING DESIRED AT 

PRICES YOU WISH 

TO PAY 



We Appreciate . . . 

your patronage of the past 
season and sincerely trust our 
efforts to offer you the best 
in entertainment has been 
successful. 



AMBASSADOR 

STATE 

PALACE 

CAPITOL 

Operated by 
North Carolina Theatre 



THE HOTEL 

that is known as headquarters for 

Saint Mary's Visitors 



The . . . 
Hotel Sir Walter 

Rates $2.50 Upward 

Roland A Mumford, Manager 



CAPITAL ICE h COAL COMPANY, Inc. 



PHONE 5589 



RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA 



WE SUPPLY THE ICE FOR YOUR REFRIGERATORS 
AND THE FUEL FOR YOUR HEATING PLANT 



We Hope We Add to Your Comfort 



BLUE STAR STORES 

HOME OWNED 



WRIGHTS DAIRY 

The Pities 



We Furnish Your Milk 
and Cream 



Garner Road — RFD No. 2 



BROGDEN PRODUCE 
COMPANY 

WHOLESALE FRUITS 
PRODUCE 

Dining Room Supplies 



STKOP TAXI CO. 

35c a Trip in City Limit 
ONE or FOUR 

PHONE 5811 

Oldest — Most Reliable 



CAROLINA COACH COMPANY 


Comfort Convenience Courtesy 


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Ask the Girls Who Go To Chapel Hill 


GEO. MARSH CO., Inc. 


Say — 


II liolesale Grocers 


" B A M B Y " 


310 South Harrington Street 


ROYAL BAKING CO. 


Raleigh, N. C. 


B. STREB, Prop. 


CAROLINA CLEANERS 


FLOWERS! 


Phone b' l j71 116 Harrison Ave 

Dry Cleoning - Pressing 
Altering - Dyeing 


Cut Flowers, Corsages, Graduation 
Bouquets, Decorations 

Phone 8347 


Odorless Work of the Highest Quality 


J. J. FALLON CO., Inc. 


Prompt, Efficient Service 


"Wt Grow tht Flowers IVi Sell" 


Thos. H. Briggs & Sons 


SIDDELL STUDIO 


Incorporated 


Raleigh, N. C. 


HARDWARE 


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220 Fayetteville Street 
Raleigh, N. C. 


Official Photographer for 


"The Convenient Plaet to Shop" 


The Stage Coach 



BRANTLEY'S 




DRUG STORE 




The Place to Meet 




Your Friends 


"CHEAP 


For the BEST 


ELECTRICITY 


SODAS - ICE CREAM 


IS 


COSMETICS 


CHEAPER STILL" 


Drop in 




135 Fayetteville Street 




or Telephone 8834 




LANCE PACKING 


Always the Newest 


COMPANY, Inc. 


. . . in . . . 




QUALITY 


PEANUT PRODUCTS 


MERCHANDISE 


CANDIES 






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Charlotte - Greensboro 


Boylan-Pearce, Inc. 


North Carolina 


"Raleigh's Shopping Center" 



DONATION 

WHOLESALE MEATS 


DONATION 

Eastern Carolina's 
Finest Cafeteria 


An Afternoon "Bile" 

delightfully served in our 
cozy place is on occasion 
most enjoyable 

Meet your friends here! 

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STAUDT'S 
RETAIL STORE 

"Across the street from the Campus" 


Hudson Fish and Oyster 
Company 

Sea Foods for Your 
Dining Room 

Phone 5846 Raleigh 


JEWELERS-SILVERSmiTHS 

RALEIGH. N.C 

Phone 7704 
109 Fayetteville Street 


"ROYSTERS" 

Since INKS 

207 Fayetteville Street 
Raleigh, N. C. 

To eat stale candy is so silly, 
When fresh candy can he bought in 
the heart of the rill/. 


BYNUM PRINTING 
COMPANY 

BETTER PRINTING 

Phone 6417 
Raleigh, N. C. 



WHITE'S ICE CREAM 

"There IS a Difference" 



We Supply the Little 
Store 



Job P. Wyatt b Sons 
Company 



HARDWARE and SEED 

BULBS, PLANTS 

and 

GARDEN SUPPLIES 



325-327 S. Wilmington Street 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Alfred Williams & Co. 

Raleigh, North Carolina 

Social Engraving 

Diplomas Certificates 

Commencement Invitations 

Books of All Publishers 

Established 1867 



Visit Raleigh's Finest and 
Largest Drug Store 

PATENT MEDICINES 

PRESCRIPTIONS 

COSMETICS : SUNDRIES 

(bckero s 



SODA FOUNTAIN and 
LUNCHEONETTE 



EVERYTHING 
For Saint Mary's Girls 

Phone 8675 



Raleigh's Smartest Shop 



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126 Fayetteville Street 
Featuring — 

SMART, STYLISH 
APPAREL 

For the College Miss Who Aspires 

to the Distinction of Being 

Smartly Gowned at 

All Times. 



HUDSON-BELK COMPANY 


Raleigh's Largest Department Store 


Appreciates your patronage during the school 


year just ending and looks forward 


to serving you again during 


the coming year. 


BOON-ISELEY'S 


THE STANDARD 


DRUG STORE 

'"'The College Drug Store" 


SUPPLY CO., Inc. 






PLUMBING and 


Max Factor and Dorothy Grey 


HEATING 


Beauty Preparations 


SUPPLIES 


Fayetteville Street 


GREENVILLE 


PHONE 7728 


FAYETTEVILLE 




RALEIGH 


Open Day and Night 


NORTH CAROLINA 



ALLEN'S MARKET 

15 S. Dawson Street 


SAINT MARY'S 
STUDENTS 

ARE ALWAYS WELCOME 
AT 

WALGREEN'S 


The Best in Table 
Delicacies 

Phone 4663 


BARBOUR PRODUCE 
COMPANY 


Raleigh's Most Popular 
DRUG STORE 


Fruits and Vegetables 


CITY MARKET 
Raleigh, North Carolina 


HOTEL 
CAROLINA 


Lovely things at little prices 

108 Fayetreville Street 
Phone 4635 Raleigh, N. C. 


The Nearest to 
Saint Mary's 


Make It Headquarters 

during the 
Centennial Celebration 


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112 Fayetreville Street 


Phone 8811 



SAINT MARY'S SCHOOL AND JUNIOR COLLEGE 

Mrs Ernest Cruikshank, AM, President 
Raleigh, North Carolina 

High School graduates are offered two years of Grade A College work 
The Curriculum also includes 10th, 11th, and 12th grades of High School 
work All Academic Courses fully accredited by the Southern Association 

Excellent Courses in Art, Business, Expression, Home Economics 

and Music Departments with Tuition included 

in General Charge 

Twenty-Acre Campus - - Field Sports — Gymnasium — Tennis 
Indoor Tiled Swimming Pool — Horseback Riding - - Golf 

ANNUAL SESSIONS - - MID-SEPTEMBER TO JUNE 
Write A. W. Tucker, Business Manager, for Catalogue and View Book 



Render Unto Caesar" . . . 

Few students when they read THE STAGE COACH and look with 
interest through its pages realize the long hours of continued 
effort and capability required of the staff in the preparation 
of copy, calls on the merchants, and the many other endless 
duties required of an efficient staff member So — give it a 
thought and render a tribute to those staff members of your 
publication who have served faithfully their school and their 
fellow students in these extra curricula activities. 



Edwards b Broughron Company 

Raleigh, North Carolina 



SAINT MARY'S SCHOOL AND JUNIOR COLLEGE 


CENTENNIAL-COMMENCEMENT PROGRAM, 1942 






SATURDAY. MAY 16 






8:30 


A.M. 


Sophomore Class Day- -Front Campus. 






8:00 


P.M.- 


-Awards: Certificates, High School Diplomas. 

— Senior Class Day — Auditorium. 






SUNDAY. 


MAY 


17 






8 :(><> 


A.M. 


— Celebration of the Holy Communion in the Chapel. 






11:00 


A.M. 


— Baccalaureate Service — Morning Prayer and Sermon by 


the 






lit. Rev. Edwin A. Penick, DID. 






.5 :00 


P.M.- 


-Alumnae Service and Commemorative Cantata. 






MONDAY. 


MAY 


18 






10:30 


A.M. 


-Field Day— Athletic Field. 






11:30 


A.M. 


— Alumnae Meeting; Address by Mary Yellott Denny. 






12:30 


P.M.- 


Alumna 1 Luncheon — Dining Room. 






■1:30 


P.M.- 


—Tea on Front Campus — 

Welcome and Registration of Guests. 






8 :30 


P. M.- 


Historical Pageant — Front Campus. 






TUESDAY 


MAY 19 






10:30 


AM. 


—Centennial Ceremonies — Auditorium. 
-Historical Resume, Mrs. Ernest Cruikshank. 










Address, Miss Virginia C. Ciildersleeve, Dean of 


Ban 


ard 






College. 










—Academic Procession to Chapel. 










— Prayers in the Chapel and Presentation of Diplom 


is by 


the 






lit. Rev. Edwin A. Penick, D.D. 







AUTOGRAPHS : CENTENNIAL-COMMENCEMENT GUESTS 



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